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A Year of Food…Join Me!!

A Year of Food…Join Me!!

  As the New Year has begun, I’ve been thinking a lot about what my focus should be and I’ve decided on A YEAR OF FOOD! This year you’ll see… More Food More Cooking More Photos I also want to reach out more to everyone to see what you’re cooking in the kitchen. If you have … Continue reading

French Baguettes (p. 225)

French Baguettes (p. 225)

I will never forget the first time we bought a baguette in France. We all savored every bite. Denser than Italian bread. It is wonderful plain or with butter, and also makes excellent garlic bread and brushetta. When the kids were young, I would make an extra loaf for French toast the next morning. It … Continue reading

For the Love of Cooking – 5 Holiday Gadgets!

For the Love of Cooking – 5 Holiday Gadgets!

I love to find kitchen gadgets that makes cooking an exciting experience! Fall in love with making meals with a refreshing new tool to make creating dinner more enjoyable! Zip & Dry Apron. Keep your dish towel in reach with this removable terrycloth zipped apron. Tenderpress. Reduce tearing and eliminate meat juice splatter during tenderizing. … Continue reading

The Perfect Turkey – Gobble, Gobble, Gobble!

The Perfect Turkey – Gobble, Gobble, Gobble!

Turkey’s are usually the main accent of our Thanksgiving table! So, not only are we concerned about taste but by presentation as well. One of the most important aspects of cooking your turkey is thawing. Below are simple methods you can do to ensure your turkey prep will make it taste its best. Even though … Continue reading

More than Just a Cookbook…

More than Just a Cookbook…

My dear friend Lizi, who happens to be the daughter of Liz, surprised me after I had my first baby. We went to school together our entire lives but never were close friends until years later when I got a random email from Lizi asking if she could bring me dinner. She showed up at my house with an amazing … Continue reading

Consistency is the Most Important

Consistency is the Most Important

I have known Liz’s family ever since I was big enough to remember. When I was very young  both of our families moved away from Utah and lived different places around the country, but eventually our families both found our way back to Woodland. Liz’s daughter Emaly was one of my closest friends growing up … Continue reading